Posted by Joleene DesRosiers

There is no one way to break into writing for TV. Or feature films.
We know this.

What we don't know, are the unique stories behind the writer's who have made it to Hollywood. Each writer's path is different. But one thing is for sure; They didn't get there without a strong desire for their work and a willingness to bust their butts.

 

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Rebecca Norris, a Stage 32 member, producer, and screenwriter best known for her work co-writing "Cloudy With a Chance of Sunshine," pulled the story together for The Script Lab. Take a minute to read, at the very least, two of these writer's stories. And maybe someday I'll be posting something similar about you. (Or me and you. Or me and you and our super awesome television show.)

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5 Ways To Break in as a TV Writer

 


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